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Queen’s nurses key to NHS plans

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Queen’s nurses will be central to the transformation of the health service but the latest phase of change will be the most difficult yet, according to Dame Christine Beasley, chief nursing officer for England.

She told the 30 Queen’s nurses they were ‘at the core in terms of making a difference’ and offering ‘transformational leadership’.

Dame Christine was attending their first general meeting since the title was reintroduced in 2007.

QNI director Rosemary Cook said: ‘The collective impact of the new Queen’s nurses has the potential to make a very significant contribution to evolving policy and improving practice.’

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